The Bible : A Biblical Worldview

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A biblical worldview is the perspective or the way a person views the world its belief and values in a certain way and treats this issues differently from the way of the world. The book of romans is basically Paul’s letter to the church was a letter he wrote not knowing the congregation so he basically talked about the doctrines and cogent matters that Christians should observe. Paul wrote the romans with a biblical worldview perspective in mind as he touched so many factors that today are a n issue for naturalists. Matters like nature and where the earth evolved from our human identity and what’s moral .human relationship and culture. This factors where what Paul extensively addressed in his letter to the church. Romans 1-8 gives a detailed compass to Christians on the kind of biblical worldview we should stand for. The bible says, “Sanctify them by the truth; your word is truth.”(John 17-17) The bible says in the beginning God created the heaven and the earth with the word of his mouth. According to the bible the glaring reference that Paul makes to the people in Rome to reaffirm the source of their existence is, “For ever since the world was created, people have seen the earth and sky. Through everything God made, they can clearly see his invisible qualities--his eternal power and divine nature. So they have no excuse for not knowing God.”(Romans 1:20). This verse shows that creation was the soul idea of God/.Paul’s tries to in this verse establish or nullify any concerns or underlying argument of God’s creation. According to Ben Gutierrez and Elmer towns the book shed more light on the essence of having the knowledge of creation, “He shows first that the pagans (unrighteous, idolatrous people ) of the world are under God’s ... ... middle of paper ... ...use their spiritual gifts in accordance with the ministry God has assigned to them. They should love others sincerely and respond to evil treatment with blessing and humility, without taking vengeance” (guiterrez, 2012) Cultures a way of life. In romans Paul tried to explain to that that the culture does not dominate who you are .he tried to explain a way of life in forgiveness and not being bound by the law .he also said that despite his own cultural background that didn’t stop him from bringing the truth to them, “I am obligated both to Greeks and non-Greeks, both to the wise and the foolish. That is why I am so eager to preach the gospel also to you who are in Rome.(romans 1:14-15)that verse simply meant he really didn’t care what race you were from. And that as Christians that shouldn’t be our priority either.as Christians we should adopt Gods heavenly culture
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